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One-in-Seven Babies Born in the U.S. is Multi-ethnic or Multi-racial

One-in-Seven Babies Born in the U.S. is Multi-ethnic or Multi-racial

One-in-Seven Babies Born in the U.S. is Multi-ethnic or Multi-racial by Raquel Reichard Despite attempts from President Donald Trump and his gang to “Make America White Again,” the U.S. is becoming more multiracial and multiethnic – and babies are helping

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Make-A-Wish® Arizona Se Conecta con Propietarios de Negocios Latinos Quienes Desean Ayudar a la Comunidad

Make-A-Wish® Arizona Se Conecta con Propietarios de Negocios Latinos Quienes Desean Ayudar a la Comunidad

Make-A-Wish® Arizona Se Conecta con Propietarios de Negocios Latinos Quienes Desean Ayudar a la Comunidad Make-A-Wish® Arizona, la división fundadora de Make-A-Wish, se está acercando a la comunidad de negocios Latina a través de una alianza única con Compass Career

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Child Obesity Report Scary for Latinos

Child Obesity Report Scary for Latinos

Child Obesity Report Scary for Latinos By Ken Stone More than a third of fifth-, seventh- and ninth-graders in San Diego County public schools were considered to be overweight or obese in the 2014-15 academic year, according to a report released

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11 Celebrities That Raise Awareness About Mental Health

11 Celebrities That Raise Awareness About Mental Health

11 Celebrities That Raise Awareness About Mental Health by Nichole Fratangelo Celebrities often use their fame and fortune as a platform for raising awareness about causes, issues, and other topics that we can relate to. Some have used their voice to

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Latino Leukemia Patients Finding Fewer Donors

Latino Leukemia Patients Finding Fewer Donors

Latino Leukemia Patients Finding Fewer Donors by Cristian Benavides  As 45-year old Maritza Mendez, a single mother of one and an Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia patient, waits for a potentially life-saving bone marrow transplant she is trying to beat the clock and

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Jenny Lorenzo ‘Channels’ Her Abuela – Internet Loves It

Jenny Lorenzo ‘Channels’ Her Abuela – Internet Loves It

Jenny Lorenzo ‘Channels’ Her Abuela – Internet Loves It by Victoria Moll-Ramírez As we celebrate Mother’s Day, meet a trailblazing first-generation American comedian who has made her mark by channeling a woman two generations before her.        

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Achieve Flawless Complexion

Achieve Flawless Complexion

Achieve Flawless Complexion By Shirley Gomez Skintologist and owner of Afterglow Beverly Hills, Natalie Aguilar, shared with us top celebrity beauty regimen to achieve the perfect skin you’ve been dreaming your whole life. Aguilar combines her medical knowledge as a

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Latino Teen Designs Breast Cancer Detection Bra

Latino Teen Designs Breast Cancer Detection Bra

Latino Teen Designs Breast Cancer Detection Bra By Carolina Moreno After nearly losing his mother to breast cancer, a Mexican teen decided to invent something to help women detect the disease during its early stages. “When I was 13 years

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Latino Men More Often Put Off Medical Care

Latino Men More Often Put Off Medical Care

Latino Men More Often Put Off Medical Care By Michael Anft Peter Uribe left Chile at 21 with his wife and 2-year-old daughter, landing in Baltimore and finding steady work in construction. His social life revolved around futbol, playing “six or

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8 Things Pale Latinas Are Tired Of Hearing

8 Things Pale Latinas Are Tired Of Hearing

8 Things Pale Latinas Are Tired Of Hearing by Cristina Arreola Because my ability to tan has nothing to do with my Latina identity, got it? Here are 8 things all light skinned Latinas are tired of hearing: MORE: 8

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